Learning to have romantic relationships and deal with sexually maturing bodies are essential tasks of healthy teen development.
You may feel as unprepared as your kids navigate this ever-changing stage. While adolescents sometimes act like they know it all, they often feel vulnerable and unprepared for the social and sexual realities of romantic relationships.
And the same may be true for you – maybe you’re wondering how do I support exploration and independence while keeping my child safe, especially during these challenging times? Join us for answers on the spot to this important challenge. Join Suzanne Levy, Ph.D., internationally renowed licensed clinical psychologist and co-developer of Attachment-Based Family Therapy International. She has presented internationally on emotion coaching, child and adolescent therapies, resilience, teen depression, and substance use.
Mental Health, School Age, Relationships,